File locker service with infinite retention to permanently store my system backups

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  1. VectorFool

    VectorFool Registered Member

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    Looking for a File locker service to store my system backup files for indefinite period

    Hi guys
    i am looking for a file locker or similar service where i can store my system backups for an indefinite period of time.

    here is what i'd prefer having

    1)resumable uploads and downloads (the backups are at least 9GBs each)
    2)decent storage space (40-50GB)
    3)indefinite content retention, i want my backups to stay on server permanently
    4)free

    Bittorrent soshareit is a great option for me, but the content retention is only 30 days
     
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  2. Wild Hunter

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  3. VectorFool

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    Re: Looking for a File locker service to store my system backup files for indefinite period

    Thanks Wildhunter for the suggestion
    however i am unable to go with Mega as there is no option for resumable uploads (the uploads/downloads are resumable only if the browser remains open during the whole upload/download
    if i close the browser for some reason the upload is lost
    also i doubt getting good speeds uploading via browser (HTTP5)
     
  4. Wild Hunter

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    Re: Looking for a File locker service to store my system backup files for indefinite period

    Yeah, and you would need Chrome for optimal utilization of Mega:

    Mega Blog - A word on browsers - January 17th 2013

    However, this is the only service that completely fulfills all the other requirements that you mentioned AFAIK.
     
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